To provide young people in Mexico with a path out of poverty through education.
We envision a world where all children have access to quality educational opportunities that can help them realize their full potential.
believes that where a child starts in life should not determine where they finish.
We also believe that no tool can more effectively help a young person change his or her place in life than access to education. Unfortunately, public school in Mexico is not free for older students and often not accessible for younger students. Tragically, a lack of resources leaves many hard-working parents in the community of Puerto Penasco having to choose between meeting their family's basic needs and sending their children to school. The good news is that your investment of as little as $35 a month can give children in this community access to the educational opportunities they need to create lasting change in their lives.
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The local Educarte team ensures that the students we support have the ongoing resources they need to not only go to school but to thrive inside and outside the classroom.
We support a team of local therapists, special educators, and other professionals who work together to help students with special needs to overcome obstacles to independence and reach their potential.
Because education is transformative.
It gives hope.
Unfortunately, while some progress has been made over the past several decades, poverty still impacts 80% of our world population.
Meanwhile, the World Bank data consistently confirms that universal education is one of the most powerful instruments for reducing poverty and inequality and lays a foundation for sustained economic growth. According to the World Bank (2013) $1 invested in education equals $10 in economic growth.
Without help, children in poverty
become adults in poverty.
"At the greatest levels of affluence, and the deepest levels of poverty, parents share the same desire for their children to have a better future."